7 thoughts on “Weave in Ends: Garter Stitch (CC)

  1. I love your blog! I am learning how to make socks on a sock loom. Any tips would be great.
    I would love to learn how to make shawls on a round loom with bulky yarn or a worsted yarn on a KB fine gauge round loom which I have just purchased. Your tips on weaving in ends as you go are great as occasionally I find incomplete stitches on projects and feel I have to rip out a project before I can fix the stitch.

  2. This was so helpful! I've been knitting for years and never done this correctly. So glad I found your channel.

  3. This makes sense to me I like smiley faces and Christmas candy words like that make things like that make easy to understand.

  4. You probably won't see this, but I need some help.
    I've just begun knitting and I've mastered casting on, knit stitch and purl stitch, but I'm still working with tails, sorry for being such a novice, but after you clipped off the test of the tail, how does it not come undone? I keep thinking of when I was sewing and you'd have to tie a knot in the end to stop it unravelling and I just am curious as to how you dont need to do anything like that.

    Again, sorry for being such a novice and sounding stupid. I just really like knowing exactly how things work.

  5. I have watched 5 other tutorials on how to do this. Yours is by far the best! You make it clear as crystal, instead of clear as mud! Thank You!

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